Presentation Schedule

Time Zone: Europe/London

Saturday


Session 1

B07 (Basement)
Foreign Languages Education & Applied Linguistics
Session Chair: Rickey Lu

09:30 – Teacher’s Perception of the Implementation of CEFR in the Indonesia’s English Language Teaching Policy (77584)
Maulana Mualim is a doctoral student at Yogyakarta State University, Indonesia. His research interests include ICT in ELT, curriculum development, and cultural aspects of English instruction. His session will showcase CEFR adoption in Indonesia.
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09:55 – Improving 14-15 Aged EFL Students’ Speaking Skills and Autonomy Through Making Podcasts (79858)
Madina Yeskeldi, an English Language Teacher at Nazarbayev Intellectual School of Chemistry and Biology in Aktau, Kazakhstan
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10:20 – Does Explicit Instruction About First Language Make All the Difference? (82097)
Dr Chandeera Gunawardena is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at University of Sunderland in United Kingdom
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10:45 – Pragmatics of Discourse Markers: Turn-Taking Strategies (78168)
Dr Rickey Lu is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University in Hong Kong
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B08 (Basement)
Professional Training, Development & Concerns in Education
Session Chair: Maya Gunawardena

09:30 – The Praxis of Mentoring from a Social Learning Perspective: The Case of Practising Trainee Teachers at a Teacher Training College in Midlands Province of Zimbabwe (82790)
Dr Motalenyane Alfred Modise is a University Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer at Yes in South Africa
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09:55 – “You hum it and I’ll play it”: Investigating Musical Self-Perception and Confidence Among Trainee Primary Teachers in the UAE (82150)
Philip Anderson is an Assistant Professor at the University of Birmingham Dubai in the School of Education.
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10:20 – Enhancing Teacher Competencies in Competency-Based Assessment: A Study on Effectiveness of Professional Development Workshop (80723)
Ms. Anu Radha Sharma is senior research fellow at the Australian Council for Educational Research (India). Her significant achievements include developing a competency-based assessment model for the Delhi Board of School Education in Delhi, India.
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10:45 – Culturally Adaptive, Cohesive, and Sustainable Teacher Empowerment Program (CAC-STEP) (82762)
Dr Maya Gunawardena is an associate professor at the Faculty of Education, University of Canberra. Maya researches and publishes in the fields of personalised learning, critical thinking and social-emotional development.
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B09 (Basement)
Pedagogy, Teachers, and Students' Achievements
Session Chair: Gordon Tait

09:55 – Teachers’ Characteristics, School Factors as Correlates of Students Achievement in Basic Science in Secondary School in Oyo State (79857)
Dr. Ezekiel Olusegun Babatunde is a Nigerian from the Institute of Education, University of Ibadan. He is a Senior Research Fellow with a bias for Health Education, Assessment, Educational Evaluation. Just completed a study on HIV and AIDs
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10:20 – Educational Inequities and Achievement Gap: Which Way Forward? (81756)
Dr. Cordelia Azumi Yates, Assistant Professor of Education;
Interest: Travelling, Teaching and Research
Current Pproject: Topic: Educational Inequities and Achievement Gap: Which Way Forward?"
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10:45 – Social Stoicism and the Resilient Teacher (81467)
Gordon Tait is a professor in the Faculty of Creative Industry, Education and Social Justice, at Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia. He has published widely in the areas of education, philosophy, ethics, and cultural studies.
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B17 (Basement)
Teaching Experiences, Pedagogy, Practice & Praxis (Workshops)
Session Chair: James Rahn

09:30 – Exploring the Implementation and Outcomes of a Global Metacognition Project (80604)
Dr Kate Erricker is currently based at Nord Anglia Education in United Kingdom
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10:20 – The Funny Factor: Improving Teaching with Humor (81376)
James Rahn is the Sole Proprietor of Outdoor Adventure Training Solutions, which provides outdoor, medical, food safety, and sport-related certifications primarily in the United States.
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G08 (Ground)
Learning Environments
Session Chair: Margareta Strasser

09:30 – A Bag of Lexis: Lexical Approach in Blended Learning (81548)
Mr Marco Abbondio is a School Teacher/Instructor at Centro Professionale Sociosanitario-Scuola Specializzata per le Professioni Sanitarie e Sociali in Switzerland
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09:55 – Learning Through Teaching: The Effect of Peer Teaching in Foreign Language Education (82426)
Dr Kyung Min Nam is a University Postdoctoral Fellow or Instructor at The University of Nottingham Ningbo China in China
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10:20 – Text Copying as a Culture-Based Learning Strategy: A Case of EFL Grammar Learners in an Arabic Context (78796)
Dr Mohammad Alnufaie is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at English Language Institute, Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu, Saudi Arabia in Saudi Arabia
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10:45 – Creating Personal Learning Environments: A Concept for the Integration of Non-Formal and Informal Learning Opportunities (82210)
Dr Margareta Strasser is a University Postdoctoral Fellow or Instructor at Paris Lodron University Sazburg (PLUS) in Austria
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G09 (Ground)
Culture and Language
Session Chair: Yuanjing Ye

09:30 – Comparative Characteristics of the Concept of National Identity of Ukrainians Before and After the Full-Scale Invasion of Ukraine (82909)
Khrystyna Petriv is an Independent Scholar from Ukraine, who got PhD in Linguistics in 2019. She taught Ukrainian as a foreign language at the University of Kansas (USA) and at Penn State University (USA) in 2021-2023.
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09:55 – Exploring Perceived Identity Change in Language Learning Among Chinese International Students in Japan (80289)
Jiale LU, a PhD candidate specialized in Applied Linguistics from Waseda University, Tokyo Japan. Her current research interest focuses on EFL learners’ motivation and identity changes.
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10:20 – The Construction of Cosmopolitan Identity Through English Communication in the Context of Chinese Students’ Studying in the UK (82985)
Ms Yuanjing Ye is a University Doctoral Student at University of Glasgow in United Kingdom
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G10 (Ground)
Performing Arts and Contemporary Issues
Session Chair: James Moy

09:55 – Illegal LEGO® Builds: Playing Shakespeare in the Twenty-First Century (81856)
Ms Caitlin West is a University Doctoral Student at University of Queensland in Australia
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10:20 – Sovereignty, Scientific Racism, and Larissa FastHorse’s The Thanksgiving Play (82523)
Professor Moy's research focuses on issues relating to racial representation, indigenous rights, and connected geopolitical issues.
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G12 (Ground)
Challenging & Preserving: Culture, Inter/Multiculturalism & Language
Session Chair: Ya-Hsuan Wang

09:30 – Perception of Undergraduate Students on Cultural Pluralism in Higher Education Institutions (80794)
Ms. Lalita is a Research Scholar in the Department of Education, at Panjab University, Chandigarh. She is working on Cultural Pluralism in Higher Education Institutions. She is focused on the academic environment at Higher educational institutions.
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09:55 – Development of Teaching Materials about the Beauty of my Country’s Diversity to Improve Nationalist Attitudes and PKN Learning Outcomes (82892)
Let me introduce myself, Nurhayati. Currently, I am an activist and active in several organizations in the fields of education, literature and social or volunteerism. I am a recipient of the LPDP Postgraduate scholarship at Yogyakarta State Universit
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10:20 – Etuaptmumk is a Cultural Foundation for Indigenous Gender and Sexuality Education Research (80025)
J. Sylliboy is the Executive Director of the Wabanaki Two-Spirit Alliance and Indigenous Research Lead at the IWK Health Centre. My research addresses Indigenous perspectives on gender and sexuality about Two-Spirit identity using Two-Eyed Seeing.
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10:45 – Trans-Cultural Population and Trans-Cultural Education: Embracing Ambiguous Heritage (80442)
Professor Ya-Hsuan Wang is a University Professor/Principal Lecturer at National Chung Cheng University in Taiwan
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G13 (Ground)
Resilience
Session Chair: Stella Bettencourt da Camara

09:30 – Consenting Older Residents to Use Physical Restraints in Residential Care Homes: Family Members’ Perspectives on Degree of Understanding and Acceptance (83112)
Lisa Pau-le LOW is a Professor and teaches undergraduate nursing students, and conducts research in gerontology and long-term care.
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09:55 – Cumulative Trauma in Later Life: The Lived Experience of the Covid-19 Pandemic Against the Backdrop of Ongoing Terror Threats (82776)
Gabriela Spector-Mersel, PhD, is a senior lecturer in the School of Social Work at Sapir College, Israel. She is also the chairperson of the interest group in Qualitative Research and advisor of the Narrative Research groups at Mofet Institute.
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10:20 – COVID-19 Infection, Resilience and Depressive Symptoms in Later Life: The Protective Role of Family (79167)
Dr Xue Bai is a University Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University in Hong Kong
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10:45 – Loneliness in the Urban Areas from the Point of View of Older People (82549)
Dr Stella Bettencourt da Câmara is currently Assistant Professor of Demography and Social Gerontology at the Scholl of Social and Political Sciences - University of Lisbon (ISCSP/UNIVERSITY of LISBON).
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G20 (Ground)
Comparative Perspectives on Family & Relationships
Session Chair: Phanomkorn Yothasorn

09:30 – Privacy Paradox in Real Life: The Use of Location Sharing Apps Among Romantic Couples (81763)
Dr Chia-Shin Lin is a University Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer at Shih Hsin University in Taiwan
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09:55 – The Impact of Love Scripts and Gender Stereotypes on Relationship Satisfaction (80585)
Ms MU HSUEH TSAI is a University Postgraduate Student at National Taiwan University in Taiwan
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10:20 – Overview of the Family Cohesion in Qatar (82521)
Maitha Al-Naimi is a senior research assistant at the Social and Economic Survey Research Institute (SESRI) at Qatar University.
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10:45 – Exploring the Significance and Complexity of Filial Gratitude in Thai Culture: A Conceptual Analysis (82917)
Ms Phanomkorn Yothasorn is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at Thammasat University in Thailand
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Session 2

B07 (Basement)
Perspectives on Foreign Languages Education
Session Chair: Yoganjana Sushanthi Menike

11:25 – A Comparative Study of Persian Synthesized Intonation Based on Autosegmental-Metrical and PENTA Models (82543)
I, Fatemeh Lotfi, am a graduate MA student from IKIU,Iran. I have conducted a comparative research on speech intonation synthesis. I have been teaching EFL students and leading tours for 11 years. Currently, I am doing research on spontaneous speech.
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11:50 – Implementation and Future Trends of the Japanese Language Teaching Programme for the Undergraduate Programme at Mongolian National University of Education (82895)
Japanese language lecturer, Department of East Asian Languages, School of Social Sciences and Humanities, Mongolian National University of Education.
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12:15 – Correlation Between the Textbook and Advanced Level (A/L) Syllabus of German Language Sri Lanka and Its Contribution to the Examination (79433)
Ms Menike is a Senior Lecturer in German Language at the University of Sabaragamwua, Sri Lanka and is currently a Ph.D. student at the University of Potsdam, Germany. Her research focuses on developing teaching and learning of foreign languages.
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B08 (Basement)
Professional Training, Development & Concerns in Education
Session Chair: Karen Chung-Chien Chang

11:25 – Reflections on COVID19 Impacts on Teacher Efficacy (82304)
Professor Michael Owen is currently based at Brock University in Canada
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11:50 – An Analysis of the Learning Experiences of Teacher Education Students in South Africa During COVID-19 (79267)
Professor Newman Wadesango is a University Professor/Principal Lecturer at University of Limpopo in South Africa
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12:15 – Making Use of a Community of Practice: Distance-Learning Teachers Finding Support from One Another (80777)
Dr. Chang is currently a full professor at National Taipei University, Taiwan. Her research interests cover translation/interpretation studies (especially court interpreting), L2 writing, learner autonomy, teacher identity, and distance learning.
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B09 (Basement)
Comparative Chinese Language Teaching
Session Chair: Kwok Man Keith Ho

11:25 – Transforming Teaching and Learning of Chinese Language Education: Exploring AI Integration in Chinese Language Enhancement Courses at the University of Hong Kong (81709)
Dr Ming Wai Christy Chung is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at The University of Hong Kong in Hong Kong
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11:50 – The Priority Values and Attitudes in Chinese Language Curriculum in Hong Kong (80791)
Ms Mandy Au is a University Doctoral Student at The Education University of Hong Kong in Hong Kong
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12:15 – Chinese Vocabulary Needs and Teaching Suggestions for Kindergarten Books on Chinese History and Culture (79339)
Mr.Ho Kwok Man Keith is currently a Lecturer at Hong Kong Metropolitan University, HKSAR, Born in Hong Kong. He has gained a deep understanding of the changes and trends in early childhood education in Hong Kong.
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B17 (Basement)
Culture in Arts & Literature
Session Chair: Bertha Ocheing

11:25 – From a Traveller to a Dweller?: On Pico Iyer’s Writing on Japan (82846)
Dr. Shizen Ozawa is currently an associate professor in the Department of English, at Tamkang University, Taiwan. His main research interest lies in postcolonial literature and travel writing.
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11:50 – Constructing Pop: The Formulation of Pop Art Language in Chinese Contemporary Art Since 1988 (81636)
Ms. LI Xiaoman is currently a fourth-year Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Fine Arts at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
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12:15 – The Talent 25 Research: A Longitudinal Study Exploring the Impact of Engaging in Creative and Cultural Activities from Early Years (82737)
Professor Bertha Ochieng holds the position of Professor of Integrated Health and Social Care, and the Director of the Centre for Primary Care Research at De Montfort University.
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G08 (Ground)
Learners' Motivation
Session Chair: Raees Unnisa

11:25 – How Can Reviewing Teaching Material Help Motivate Students? (79518)
Ms Lok Yee Lorraine Wong is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at The University of Science and Technology in Hong Kong
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11:50 – The Ways To Get Your Students Excited About Writing Through the Use of Interactive Writing Tools (80498)
Dr Guranda Khabeishvili is a University Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer at International Black Sea University in Georgia
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12:15 – Motivating EFL Learners for Using Language Beyond the Classroom: An Evaluative Study of Strategies and Techniques (80935)
Dr Raees Unnisa is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at Qassim University in Saudi Arabia
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G09 (Ground)
Translation & Interpretation
Session Chair: Biljana Djoric Francuski

11:25 – Translation and Validation of the Short-Form Foreign Language Enjoyment and Anxiety Scales: Spanish Adolescent Version (80625)
Alexandra Staedtler, PhD student, member of the research group PRODIGI, Faculty of Education, UNIR, Spain. Large bilingual professional experience. Psychology-coaching teacher at the Employee Training Program, City Council Training School, Madrid.
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11:50 – Comparative Literature, Translation Studies, and Annotated Translation (82807)
Dr. Walkiria França Vieira e Teixeira - visiting English teacher at Universidade Estadual de Santa Cruz, UESC, Ilhéus, Bahia, Brazil. Dr. Teixeira current research emphasizes academic writing in English and translation studies at the university.
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12:15 – Translating the Sequence of Tenses from English into Serbian: A Case Study (78084)
Professor Biljana Djoric Francuski is a University Postdoctoral Fellow or Instructor at University of Belgrade in Serbia
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G10 (Ground)
Self in the Arts
Session Chair: Florence Toh Haw Ching

11:25 – Queer Becoming in Yaoi Visual Novels: The Role of Non-Human Characters in Affective Engagement (83139)
Chuxuan Zhang is currently a PhD student at Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
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11:50 – The Ear as an Eye: Multimodality in an Organ Performance (80700)
Ms Francesca Ajossa is a University Doctoral Student at KU Leuven in Belgium
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12:15 – Conquering CPTSD Through Self-Efficacy: A Reading of Jacqueline Wilson’s Children’s Novel (81604)
Dr. Florence Toh Haw Ching is currently a Senior Lecturer with the Department of English, Faculty of Modern Languages and Communication, Universiti Putra Malaysia. Her research interest is in interdisciplinary studies in literature
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G12 (Ground)
Culture and Language
Session Chair: Meral Muyesser

11:25 – A Scoping Review of Teaching Practices for Linguistically Diverse Students in Ontario (80011)
Ms. Lana Kittani is currently a Year 5 teacher and EAL Coordinator at a Primary School in London. Some of her professional interests include accommodating and supporting EAL students and families in schools.
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11:50 – Translation of Cognate Accusative from Arabic to English: The Case of Call of the Curlew (79894)
Dr Mohd Nour Al Salem is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at The University of Jordan in Jordan
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12:15 – The Multicultural Classroom: Helping Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students Succeed in Traditional Courses (80515)
Dr. Meral Muyesser is an Associate Professor of ESL and the ESL Program Chair at Rowan College at Burlington County, USA. Her research interests include Teaching and Learning Pragmatics, Culture and Languages, and Multicultural Classrooms.
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G13 (Ground)
Digital Skills & Older Adults
Session Chair: Eunice Golloh

11:25 – Impact of Electronic Device Use on Elderly Well-Being in China: 2020 CHARLS Data Analysis (82950)
Ms sun shuhan is a University Postgraduate Student at Sun Yat-Sen University in China
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11:50 – Criterion Validity of Open-source, Smartphone Cognitive and Sensory Assessments Across an Australian Life Course Sample (80718)
Shally Zhou is a psychology PhD student exploring short-term variability in multi-dimensional subjective age (e.g., how old you feel, look, think) and how this affects our health. She's interested in app-based research and life course development.
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12:15 – Analyzing Post-Covid-19 Cybersecurity Threats and Vulnerabilities Facing the Elderly Being Digital: Exploring Countermeasures to Enhance Awareness to Mitigate These Threats (82918)
Ms Eunice Golloh is a University Doctoral Student at Marymount University in United States
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G20 (Ground)
Women in Arts & Novels
Session Chair: Khaled Igbaria

11:25 – The Aesthetics Views Reflected by the Depicted Beauties in the Works of Martial Arts Novel Master Jin Yong (Louis Cha) (82905)
Dr Camilla HF LAI is a Independent Scholar at University of Hong Kong in Hong Kong
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11:50 – Girls Run Faster with Their Skirts Up: Exploring Power, Sex and Class in Trilogies of Roddy Doyle and Dermot Bolger (82540)
Dr Kelly Hickey is currently an Asst. Arts Officer with Dublin City Council in Ireland focused on developing infrastructure and capacity for the arts. Her praxis merges a focus on class based representation and identifying areas of policy deficit.
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12:15 – A Sequence of Traumatic Pain: Feminist Issues Within Laila Al-Othman’s Ṣamt Al-Farāshāt [Silence of the Butterflies] (81577)
Dr Khaled Igbaria is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at Kaye Academic College for Education in Israel
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Session 3

B07 (Basement)
Comparative Issues in Academic Writing
Session Chair: Biljana Djoric Francuski

12:55 – From Text to Context: Analyzing Idiomatic Expressions in Psychological Thrillers Through Corpus-Based Study Among Law Students in Uzbekistan Higher Education (82515)
Samandarova Sojida is interested in psychological thriller as a literary genre and she is carrying out research on Thomas Harris's works.
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13:20 – Authority and Invisibility: [Im]Personal Authorial References in Research Article Writing (80705)
Dr Mohsen Khedri is currently an Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics at the Faculty of Language Studies, Sohar University, Oman.
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13:45 – The Emergent Writer’s Identity in First Year Undergraduate Writing (83097)
Dr. Yurni Said-Sirhan is currently an Instructor at the Centre for English Language Communication, National University of Singapore. Her current research project with a colleague is on developing a framework for teaching literature review writing.
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14:10 – Then and Now: Serbian Students’ Attitudes on Megxit (78083)
Professor Biljana Djoric Francuski is a University Postdoctoral Fellow or Instructor at University of Belgrade in Serbia
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B08 (Basement)
Professional Training, Development & Concerns in Education
Session Chair: Hiea Mizyed

12:55 – Examine the Outcomes of Practicing ‘Peer Observation of Teaching’ in Taiwanese EMI Classrooms (81775)
Wen-Hsin Wang is a year 1 PhD student at Nanyang Technological University, Department of Linguistics and Multilingual Studies. Her research interests lie in bilingualism and multilingualism, bilingual education, and language policy.
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13:20 – Exploring Professional Experiences and Occupational Well-being of Early Childhood Educators within Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) in Mainland China (80376)
Miss Yuting Guo is a PhD student in the School of Education, Durham University, UK.Her research interests are teachers' well-being and professional learning community.
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13:45 – Novice Teachers’ Challenges in Teaching Learning Practice: Experiences of Primary School Teachers in Makassar (80632)
Alwyn Yasin is currently a Master student at Monash University, Australia majoring Educational Leadership.
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14:10 – Improving Early Year Teachers Content Knowledge and Self-efficacy Through Peer Coaching and Reflection: A Professional Development Model (82300)
Dr. Hiea Mizyed is an assistant professorial lecturer working at the largest federal applied higher education institution in the UAE. Hiea focuses on shaping pre-service teachers' pedagogical practices informed by cognitive science.
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B09 (Basement)
Pedagogical Development & Contemporary Issues
Session Chair: Nish Belford

12:55 – Examining the Life Cycle and Learning Impact of Communities of Practice as a Pedagogical Framework in Higher Education (83044)
Catherine Mitsaki is a Senior Lecturer in Educational Linguistics at the University of Northampton and a PhD candidate at Robert Gordon University Aberdeen. Current research project: Communities of Practice as a learning and teaching pedagody in HE.
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13:20 – Proposed Development Vision for Student Activities in Saudi Universities (79299)
Dr Yahya alharbi is a University Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer at Imam Muhammad ibn Saud Islamic University in Saudi Arabia
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13:45 – Culturally Responsive Pedagogies and Culturally Responsive Teaching: A Reflexive Discussion on Initial Teacher Education within Arts Disciplines (82997)
Dr Nish Belford is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Education at Monash University, Australia. Her research interests in Creative arts and teacher education explore culturally responsive teaching and pedagogies for diversity and inclusion.
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B17 (Basement)
Educational Research, Development & Publishing (Workshops)
Session Chair: Anupam Mehta

12:55 – Crafting Effective Teaching Case Studies: Across Disciplines (82717)
Dr Anupam Mehta is a University Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer at University of Birmingham in United Kingdom
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13:45 – Enhancing Capacity Through Best Practices: Strengthening Service Agencies and Empowering Refugee Entrepreneurs (80118)
Dr. Ujal Ibrahim is an Assistant Professor and Course Lead in the MBA Program at University Canada West (UCW), Vancouver, Canada. His research interests include refugee entrepreneurship, sustainability, social innovation, and social business.
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G08 (Ground)
Plurilingualism
Session Chair: Tamara Guliashvili Gogrichiani

12:55 – Reimagining a Culturally Responsive Pedagogy in Multilingual and Multicultural Classrooms (80772)
Dr Nomasomi Matiso is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at Walter Sisulu University in South Africa
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13:20 – Student Perspectives on Using Multilingual Subtitled and Dubbed Academic Videos at Two South African Universities (82736)
Dr Ignatius Khan Ticha is the Faculty Language Coordinator and Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Applied Sciences at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology - CPUT. He is currently working on a project on multilingual subtitling and dubbbing.
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13:45 – Creative Discourse in the Language Acquisition Class: Action, Interaction, Feeling and Thinking a Way Towards Engagement (82452)
Tamara Guliashvili Gogrichiani is a PhD in English Linguistics from Madrid Complutense University. Currently she is an Associate Professor at Business and Technology University in Tbilisi, Georgia and an Invited Lecturer at Castillia La Mancha Univer
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14:10 – Intercultural Competence in a Homogeneous and Monoculture Foreign-Language Learning Group: Chances and Limitations (82999)
Alanoud Hamouri (M.A.) is a PhD student in German as a Foreign Language at the Faculty I: Humanities and Educational Sciences, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany.
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G09 (Ground)
Language Teaching & Learning
Session Chair: Kumiko Tsuji

12:55 – Planting Roots and Stems in Learners’ Minds: Why Teach Etymology and Morphology and How to Do It (79303)
Mr Mark Rebuck is currently based at Meijo University in Japan
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13:20 – Practicing Empathy in the EFL Classroom: Tunisian EFL Learners as a Case Study (80092)
Dr. Omayma Ben Kridis holds a Ph.D. in English Applied Linguistics. She is currently an Assistant Professor of English Linguistics at the Higher Institute of Applied Studies in Humanities of Gafsa.
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13:45 – Role of Asynchronous Discussions in Creating Inclusive Classroom Environments (83126)
Dr Kumiko Tsuji is a University Professor/Principal Lecturer at Northeastern University in United States
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G10 (Ground)
Discourse and Ethics in Media and Politics
Session Chair: Eric Williams

12:55 – The Intersection of Ethics and Space Law in the Non-appropriation of Outer Space (78365)
Dr Emmanuel Nartey is a University Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer at Bath Spa University in United Kingdom
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13:20 – The Dynamics of British Counter Terrorism Strategy in the Post 9/11 Environment: An Academic Analysis of Evolution, Prospects and Challenges (79186)
Dr. Muhammad Iqbal Roy is the Chairman Department of Political Science.Roy has deep interest in the areas of Counter Terrorism, Conflict and Crises management, Coercive and Peace Diplomacy, Changing Regional and Global Strategic Policy Paradigms.
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13:45 – October 7th and the Discourse of Violence: The Israel/Gaza Conflict (80873)
Dr Steven Jordan is a University Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer at McGill in Canada
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14:10 – Daddy, What Did You Do in the Great War? Deconstructing British Visual Media Propaganda in World War I (80285)
DR. Williams is a full time Senior Lecturer in Humanities at The Ohio State University. He enjoys researching British, American and Canadian propaganda in World War I. He enjoys spending time with his two children,
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G12 (Ground)
Learning Experiences, Student Learning & Learner Diversity
Session Chair: Cynthia Northington-Purdie

12:55 – Identifying How Widening Access Students Build Their Sense of Belonging (80018)
Ms Stephanie Ng is a Business Manager at University of Wales Trinity St. David in United Kingdom
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13:20 – ‘It Could Happen Here’: How does the Impact of Intra-familial Child Sexual Abuse Present in Educational Contexts (80602)
Sheona Goodyear is a dyslexia and inclusion specialist and doctoral researcher at the University of Birmingham, School of Education.
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13:45 – Empowering Success: Strategies for Widening Participation Students Facing Personal Commitment Challenges (80047)
Dr Mark Gallagher-Read is a University Professor/Principal Lecturer at University of Wales Trinity St David in United Kingdom
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14:10 – Masking Neurodiversity in Higher Education: Costs, Accommodation, and Providing Equal Opportunities (83033)
Agata Augustyn is a student undertaking a master's degree in Psychology in the Institute of Applied Psychology at Jagiellonian University. She also has a master's degree in law. Her interest focus on social psychology.
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G13 (Ground)
Lifespan Health Promotion
Session Chair: Yen-Chin Chen

12:55 – Childhood Adversity Is Associated with Poorer Mental Health but not Cognitive Decline in Older Adults (81097)
Mr James Lian is a University Doctoral Student at University of New South Wales in Australia
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13:20 – Sexual Dimorphism in Muscle Ageing (82987)
Dr Thomas Fieldsend is a Research Associate in the Muscle Growth and Repair Group at King's College London.
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13:45 – Impact of a Low-cost Multi-Component Strategy on Health of Elderly Diabetics in An Indian Urban Slum (82550)
Dr V K Sashindran is an infectious disease specialist who has worked with HIV/AIDS for 3 decades. He is now involved in geriatric medicine and is interested in the biology of ageing and the interplay between infections and ageing.
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14:10 – Sleep Health and Intrinsic Capacity in Older Adults: Assessing Relationships and Corresponding Value (82841)
Dr. Yen-Chin Chen serve as an associate professor in the college of medicine, National Sun Yang-set University. Primary research interests were geriatric, sleep, and frailty care among vunerable population (persons living with HIV or older adults).
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G20 (Ground)
Gender & Sexuality in Literatures
Session Chair: Rita Dirks

12:55 – (Queer) Body Politics, Phenomenology, and Performativity in Select Queer Feminist Poetry: A Comparative Study (79984)
Saher Bano is a Junior Research Fellow, working with Dr. Sarbani Banerjee at the Dept. of HSS, IIT Roorkee. Her research interests include Gender and Queer Studies. Currently, she is working on Contemporary Queer Feminist Poetry and Diaspora.
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13:20 – Confronting Expectations and Realities: Exploring Queer Experiences in Indo-Caribbean Literary and Theoretical Discourse (78102)
Ms Srishti . is a University Doctoral Student at University of Delhi in India
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13:45 – Queer Rethinking of Fairytales and Impossibility of the ‘Happily Ever After’ (82094)
Dr. Sarbani Banerjee is an Assistant Professor of English in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences at IIT, Roorkee, INDIA.
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14:10 – Art for Life’s Sake in Miriam Toews’s Irma Voth (80112)
Dr Rita Dirks is Associate Professor of English at St. Mary's University, Calgary. Her reserach and publishing interests include Decadence/Modernism; her latest publication is a book enttiled Silence and Rage in Miriam Toews's Mennonite Novels (2024)
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Session 4

B07 (Basement)
Language Learning and Teaching Experiences
Session Chair: Guiping Yang

14:50 – Bridging the Reading Gap: Investigating Pedagogical Approaches in Language Classrooms (80297)
Liao Feng Jiao is a Research Scholar in Department of Education, Panjab University. Her research interests stems from her own childhood experience. She advocates for the integration of social-emotional competence into everyday teaching practice.
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15:15 – Exploring the Features of Asynchronous Online Dialogues Among Hong Kong ESL Learners (79378)
Ms Zenia Chan is a University Doctoral Student at University of Cambridge in United Kingdom
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15:40 – Teaching 21st -Century Skills in the EFL Classroom from Saudi EFL Teachers’ Perspectives (82369)
I am Dr. Khaled Al-Shehri, and I am currently an associate professor at the College of Education at Najran University in Saudi Arabia.
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16:05 – A Study on Stratified Teaching of Chinese Public English Education in Middle School (83016)
Miss Guiping Yang is currently a PGR (post-graduate researcher/doctoral student) of School of Education, College of Social Science, University of Glasgow, UK.
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B08 (Basement)
Concerns in Higher Education Institutions
Session Chair: Kathleen Klik

14:50 – Empowering Excellence: Exploring Determinants of Perceived Effectiveness and Performance in Higher Education – Empirical Insights from the UAE HEIs (80769)
Dr. Ahmed ElTahir holds a Doctorate in Business Administration. With more than three decades of professional experience in higher education, he has delivered over 25 successful projects involving academic accreditations and institutional licensing.
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15:15 – Financing Higher Education in Egypt: Issues, Policies and Trends (82488)
Professor Mohamed A. Zaki Ewiss is a University Professor/Principal Lecturer at Cairo University in Egypt
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15:40 – The University Context of Teacher Education and Study of Education in India: Mapping Tensions, Contexts and Conflicts (80943)
Radhika Mittal is a PhD scholar at the School of Education Studies, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University Delhi. Her research interests are teacher education, global and national education policy, discipline of education, higher education.
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B09 (Basement)
Comparative Learners' Behaviours
Session Chair: Sameer Alnajdi

14:50 – Development of Self-Directed Learning Readiness Scale for Taiwanese High School Students (83059)
Dr. Cheng-Te Chen is currently an Associate Professor of Educational Psychology and Counseling at the College of Education, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan.
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15:15 – An Investigation into Learning Patterns and Performance Correlation in Online Python Courses for Business Students (83049)
Dr. Samuel Ping-Man Choi is currently an assistant professor of Lee Shau Kee School of Business and Administration at Hong Kong Metropolitan University.
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15:40 – Exploring Value Belief Among University Students Pursuing Tourism Education: Applying Extended Theory of Planned Behavior (83380)
V.G. Girish is an Associate Professor in the Department of Business Administration, The Catholic University of Korea. His MSc and PhD is from Visva-Bharati University, Santiniketan India, and MBA from National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan.
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16:05 – The Role of Adopting Artificial Intelligence-Based Learning Tools in Enhancing Self-Directed Learning and Digital Competency Among Students (79594)
I am a Professor of Education Technology and E-Learning. I got the Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction, specializing in Education Technology. Additionally, I obtained an Instructional Design certificate from Indiana State University in 2014.
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B17 (Basement)
Teaching and Learning the Arts
Session Chair: Pinar Di̇nç Kalayci

14:50 – Bridging Disciplinary Frontiers: The Master of Design Program at UBC Okanagan and the Future of Humanitarian Design (83146)
Dr. Megan Smith, PhD, holds the position of Associate Professor in Creative Studies and Media Studies at the University of British Columbia, Canada.
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15:15 – From Studio to Competition: A Qualitative Analysis of a Collaborative Learning Experience (80810)
Dr Pınar Dinç Kalaycı is professor of Architecture at the Faculty of Architecture, Gazi University, Turkey. Her research fields are design studio education,architectural competitions, architectural psychology and theory and criticism in architecture.
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15:40 – Teaching Media and Communications in UK HE for Future Agents of Change: Challenges for Internationalisation, Inclusion and Student Engagement (79296)
Dr Carolina Matos is a University Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer at City, University of London in United Kingdom
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G08 (Ground)
Applied Linguistics Research
Session Chair: Meral Muyesser

14:50 – Teaching in UK University Classrooms: A Longitudinal Mixed-Methods Study on International Chinese GTAs’ L2 Pragmatic Awareness of Politeness and (In)directness (78841)
Ms Xueting Ban is currently a PhD candidate while also serving as an Associate Tutor (Dissertation Supervisor) in Language Education at Moray House School of Education and Sport, The University of Edinburgh, UK.
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15:15 – Persuasion as a Speech Act in L2 Pragmatics (78521)
Ms Anna Viatova is a Business Employee at University of Oxford in United Kingdom
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15:40 – Challenges Encountered by English Language Teachers in Same-Ability Classrooms: Evidence from UAE High Schools (79506)
Ms. Eman Abdelwahab is a researcher and instructor, working at the Department of Research & Innovation - Skyline University in UAE. Her research focus is driven within the field of English Language Teaching, Methods of Instruction & General Education
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16:05 – English as a Second Language (ESL) Teachers’ Experiences in Incorporating Pragmatics in ESL Classrooms: A Case Study (80934)
Dr. Meral Muyesser is an Associate Professor of ESL and the ESL Program Chair at Rowan College at Burlington County, USA. Her research interests include Teaching and Learning Pragmatics, Culture and Languages, and Multicultural Classrooms.
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G09 (Ground)
Culture and Language
Session Chair: Bipin Sherchan

14:50 – The Japaneseness of Japanese English: Thinking Through Esyun Hamaguchi’s Contextualism (80147)
Mr. Shangjun Wu is a University Doctoral Student at Kyoto University in Japan, who specializes in decolonial studies, EMI, and Japanese philosophy.
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15:15 – Learning Novel Words for Motion With or Without Gesture: Does Language Matter? (80061)
Ms Irmak Su Tutuncu is a University Doctoral Student at Georgia State University in United States
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15:40 – “Utilization”: The Third Type of Word Modification in POES (Predicate Oriented English Speaking) (80704)
Dr. Kim serves as director of Sociom Research Center in South Korea, devoting his time to researching into Social Axiom (Sociom) and solving flaws of English grammar description in T-PEGD (traditional prescriptive English grammar description).
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16:05 – The Thakali Indigenous Community of Nepal: Stories of English Language Educators (83203)
Ms Bipin Sherchan is interested on literary writing. Especially, a poem. Many of them are published.
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G10 (Ground)
Arts and Politics of Space
Session Chair: Keung Hung

14:50 – Flâneurism Reimagined: From Urban Modernity to Contemporary Interior Spaces (80369)
Mr Amos Bar-Eli is a University Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer at HIT - Holon Institute of Technology in Israel
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15:15 – Enhancing Community Participation and Engagement Through an Artistic and Technological Integration (82139)
Dr. Hung Keung is an internationally renowned digital media artist, researcher, and scholar who has been involved in the creative and research aspects of film, video and digital new media art since 1995.
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G12 (Ground)
International Education
Session Chair: Sherie Klee

14:50 – Celebrating Unity in Diversity: Exploring Cultures, Connections, Through Art with Nursery Students in Bangladesh (81724)
The presenter bio is not available for this presentation, yet.
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15:15 – The Concept, Analytical Framework and Patterns of Sustainability of Transnational Higher Education: A Systematic Review (80607)
Dr Keyu Zhai is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at Lingnan University in China
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15:40 – Why EMI? Exploring Students’ Motivation for Choosing an EMI Spanish Course (81418)
Diana Hsienjen Chin is an Associate Professor in the Department of Spanish at Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages in Taiwan. She specializes in Multilingualism, L3 acquisition, Hybrid teaching/learning, and teaching Spanish through EMI.
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16:05 – Virtual Exchange Experiences – The New Study Abroad (81482)
Dr Sherie Klee is a University Professor/Principal Lecturer at Grand Valley State University in United States
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G13 (Ground)
Supercentenarians & Ageism
Session Chair: Rose Joudi

14:50 – Ageism and Its Impact on Health: An Analysis of the Cultural Context in Cameroon, Canada, and France (82060)
Ms Pauline GOUTTEFARDE is a University Doctoral Student at Université Jean Monnet in France
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15:15 – Supercentenarians: The Conquerors of Ageing (80947)
Jimmy Lindberg is a scientific advisor at LongeviQuest and has a research interest in exceptional longevity. She's currently researching supercentenarians and trends associated with their long lives.
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15:40 – Establishing a Framework for a Global Supercentenarian Cohort Study: A Systematic Review (82838)
Dr. Sungsoo Chun is currently a professor at the American University in Cairo's Institute of Global Health and Human Ecology.
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16:05 – Embracing Diversity: A Strength-Based Approach to Addressing Elder Abuse in Ethnically Diverse Communities (79421)
Dr. Joudi brings over 15 yrs of expertise as an Aging & Ethnic Diversity researcher and consultant. She is currently the Research Lead on an ethnocultural elder abuse awareness project with Carya (Calgary, AB), and teaches on the Psychology of Aging.
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G20 (Ground)
Women in Comparative Humanities
Session Chair: Chengzhi Xiang

14:50 – A Study of Homeless Women an Their Interface With State and Civil Society Organisations in New Delhi, India (80952)
Divya Singh Chauhan is a lawyer and a feminist social worker. Her research & advocacy work focuses on labour rights, women's rights and policy reform. Currently, she is pursuing a Master's in Law (Social Justice) at University College London.
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15:15 – The Impact of Rural Women’s Gender Role Perception on Household Food Security: A Study in Kakamega County, Kenya (80506)
Franciscah Anyona Omukiti is a doctoral student at the University of Tsukuba, Japan. Her research embraces gender, land tenure and rural development with a special focus on the land tenure security of rural women.
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15:40 – The Role of Lower-Class Ottoman Women in the Public Life: A Critique of Women Alienation Thought (80955)
Sofi Ghoniyah is currently a Master Student at Indonesia International Islamic University majoring in Islamic Studies. Her research focuses on the role of lower-class women during the period of Ottoman Empire
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16:05 – Women Workers Who Swear: Understanding Shop-Floor Gender Dynamics via Emotions (82789)
Chengzhi Xiang is currently a PhD candidate at the School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies, University of Bristol.
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Session 5

B07 (Basement)
Language Learning and Teaching Experiences
Session Chair: Vivaldi Chung

16:45 – Aspects of Politeness and Polite Expressions English Language Teacher Trainers Nurture in Preservice Teachers in Order To Promote Interpersonal Relations (81035)
Mr. Nicholas Isaac Mukwana is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Humanities and Language Education in the College of Education and External Studies at Makerere University. His Research study focuses on the Interpersonal Communication Skills.
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17:10 – The Study of the Influence of Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies on English Language Acquisition (78789)
Ms. Gwanza Basilashvili is an MA student at the University of Augsburg in Germany, specializing in English and American Studies. She is passionate about actively contributing to the development and application of interactive teaching methodologies.
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17:35 – Impact of State-Trait Anxiety on the Foreign Language Anxiety: Mediating Role of Mindfulness (81743)
Ms Yin Liang Chang is a University Doctoral Student at Universiti Malaya in Malaysia
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18:00 – Bridging the Gap Between Pedagogical Content Knowledge and Teacher Beliefs in Lesson Planning: A Multiple-Case Study of HK ESL Teachers (79397)
Mr Vivaldi Chung is a University Doctoral Student at University of Cambridge in United Kingdom
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B08 (Basement)
Comparative Issues in Higher Education
Session Chair: Maxime François

16:45 – Whither the University? Economies of Knowledge and Values, and the Challenge in 21st-Century Postsecondary Education (79403)
Dr Linda Schwartz is a Independent Scholar at Ambrose University in Canada
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17:10 – Analysis of Factors Influencing Dropout Among Adult Learners in Korea: A Study Utilizing the Nontraditional Undergraduate Student Attrition Model (80825)
Professor inseo Lee is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at Halla University in South Korea
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17:35 – Grade Inflation and the COVID-19 Pandemic Among Higher Education: An Empirical Analysis of a Top Comprehensive European University (80714)
Mr Maxime François is PhD candidate in Economics from the KU Leuven university, Belgium. His research focus on the Economics of Education and particularly on the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on higher education outcomes.
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18:00 – Transformative Dynamics for Collaborative Partnerships in Higher Education Research Knowledge Generation (82782)
Professor June Palmer is a University Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer at Central University of Technology, Free State in South Africa
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B09 (Basement)
Learning Experiences, Student Learning & Learner Diversity
Session Chair: Aneta Rogalska-Marasinska

16:45 – Shaping Inclusive Education: The Evolution of Teacher Candidates’ Beliefs in the Canadian Context (82128)
Dr Charlotte Brenner is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at University of Lethbridge in Canada
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17:10 – Learning Environment on the Move: First Design Concepts to Embrace Embodied Learning in Secondary Education (79020)
Ms Lindsay Everaert is a University Doctoral Student at Hasselt University in Belgium
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17:35 – An Exploration of Employer Perceptions of the Employability of Undergraduate Students in Hong Kong (83080)
Ms. Kingship Lo is currently an Instructor at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong. Her current project is to explore the employers’ perspective on the employability of students participating in the work-integrated education program in HK.
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18:00 – “Two Sisters: The Universal Truth About Human Life” – Animation Activities Towards a Multicultural and Sustainable Society: Good Practice from Poland (81486)
Professor Aneta Rogalska-Marasinska is a University Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer at University of Lodz in Poland
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B17 (Basement)
Other Humanities
Session Chair: Tavee Cheausuwantavee

16:45 – The Relationships Between Attachment Styles, Family Functioning, and Suicidal Ideation Among University Students (83131)
Dr. Mohtaram Rabbani (Mina) is a lecturer and coordinator at the Faculty of Education at Hong Kong University. She graduated from University Putra Malaysia and previously served as an assistant professor and Head of Program at UCSI University.
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17:10 – Children in Conflict with the Law (CICL) Protection Through an Inclusive Program (82904)
Dr. Hermawan, S.IP, M.Si is currently an Associate Professor of Public Administration at the Faculty of Administrative Science, Malang, Indonesia.
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17:35 – COVID-19 Pandemic and Its Impact on the Health and Education of Children With Invisible Disabilities in Thailand (80382)
Dr. Tavee Cheausuwantavee is a professor who has worked at Mahidol University and researched quality of life development for persons with disabilities, policy, community-based rehabilitation, and the intersectionality of aging and disability.
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G08 (Ground)
Literacy
Session Chair: Dante Perez

16:45 – Investigating the Factors Affecting Primary School Children’s Handwriting Legibility in Odia Script (80315)
Mr. Arnav Kumar Tripathy is a Ph.D. Research Scholar at the Department of Design, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, India.
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17:10 – Developing Listening Comprehension in English Language Teaching: Insights from a Needs Analysis Study (80933)
Dr MUHAMMED FATİH GÖKMEN is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at Siirt University in Turkey
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17:35 – A Scoping Review on the Digital Literacy of Older Persons in Southeast Asia: Evidence from the Philippines (82652)
Communication and media teacher and specialist at the National University - Clark Campus. Doctor of Communication candidate at the UP Open University, where he is pursuing Digital Ageism and Digital Literacy of Older Persons in the Global South.
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G09 (Ground)
AI & Education
Session Chair: Sinokubekezela Princess Dube

16:45 – Views on ChatGPT by Top-Ranked Universities: Opportunities and Pedagogical Implications for Teaching and Learning (80026)
Dr Rita Gill Singh is a University Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer at Hong Kong Baptist University in Hong Kong
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17:10 – Teaching in the Era of AI: Teachers’ Perspectives of Utilizing ChatGPT in Education (80650)
Dr Nato Pachuashvili is an Assistant Professor in Education Administration at the International Black Sea University in Georgia. Her areas of interest are motivation and technologies in English language teaching.
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17:35 – Exploring the Impact of ChatGPT on Medical Education and Research: A Systematic Review (82812)
Dr Shazia Rasul, currently working as Associates Professor OBGYN / Adjunct Faculty Medical Education in Shalamar Medical &Dental College, Lahore, Pakistan
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18:00 – A Conceptualised Framework of University Students’ Perceptions of ChatGPT as a Tool for Learning and Research (80342)
Dr Sibusisiwe Dube is a University Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer at National University of Science and Technology in Zimbabwe
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G10 (Ground)
Politics in Arts & Culture
Session Chair: Mustafa Orhan Göztepe

16:45 – Should Arts be Politically Committed? A Case Study on the Criticism of People’s Justice Artwork in Documenta Fifteen (83124)
Mr Hadiansyah Aktsar is a University Postgraduate Student at University of Groningen in Netherlands
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17:10 – Jorge Mañach and the Unknown Path of a Cuban Theory of Style (83122)
Ms Yaneidys Arencibia Coloma is a University Postdoctoral Fellow or Instructor at University of Manchester in United Kingdom
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17:35 – Cultural Diplomacy Through Film: UK-China Co-production Agreements in Sino-British Relations (82732)
Giulia D'Aquila is a PhD Candidate in Chinese Studies at the Lau China Institute, King's College London. Her research focuses on UK-China film exchange and co-production and influence on the bilateral relations
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18:00 – Constructing Minor Histories: Cultural Narratives of Turkish Immigrant Communities in Germany Through Music in Love Deutschmarks and Death (2022) (83140)
Dr Mustafa Orhan Göztepe is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at Istanbul Kültür University in Turkey
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G12 (Ground)
Educational Policy, Leadership, Management & Administration
Session Chair: Chux Gervase Iwu

16:45 – A Comparative Study on the Implementation of Merdeka Belajar (Freedom of Learning) Curriculum at Secondary Level: Flexibilities, Complexities, and Implications (80788)
Renda Lestari,S.Pd.,M.Ed is a Rector of Universitas Muhammadiyah Muara Bungo.
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17:10 – Towards Achieving Improved Level of Students’ Contentment in Nigerian Public Universities: The Imperativeness of Effective Student Affairs Management Practices (79386)
Dr Akeem Adekunle is a University Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer at University of Lagos in Nigeria
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17:35 – Utilization of Information and Communication Technologies in the Administration of Public Universities in South-East Nigeria (81988)
Professor Udo Herbert is a University Professor/Principal Lecturer at Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Umuahia in Nigeria
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18:00 – Linking Africa’s Prosperity to Quality Education and Productive Entrepreneurship (79410)
Professor Chux Gervase Iwu is a University Professor/Principal Lecturer at University of the Western Cape in South Africa
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G13 (Ground)
Lifespan Health Promotion and Resilience
Session Chair: Farah Wiita

16:45 – Locomotor-cognitive Dual-tasking is Reduced in Older Adults Relative to Younger: A Systematic Review with Meta-analysis (81515)
Jona is currently a PhD student and provisionally registered psychologist at Australian Catholic University. She completed a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree at Monash University, with a major in psychology.
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17:10 – Loneliness and Public Transportation Cards for the Elderly (80288)
Murat A. Mercan's research focuses on labor economics and health economics. In addition, currently he is leading a national project about social isolation and loneliness among the elderly.
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17:35 – Self-Compassion and Solitude Enable Positive Mood in Older Adults (80612)
Ms Farah L Wiita, PhD candidate at the University of Reading, interested in aging, health, family caregiving, and interventions to facilitate well-being. Farah is currently focusing on self-compassion in family carers of older adults.
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18:00 – Striving for Self-Reliance: Older Women’s Preparation for Independent Living in Thailand (80252)
Ms Kullanit Nitiwarangkul is a University Doctoral Student at City, University of London in United Kingdom
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G20 (Ground)
Humanities and Religions in Literature
Session Chair: Vaibhav Shah

16:45 – A Study on Metaphors of Natural Sciences in Japji Sahib (82098)
Mr. Sheetal Singh Jagal is currently a Ph.D. Research Scholar in the Department of Guru Nanak Sikh Studies at Panjab University, Chandigarh, India.
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17:10 – Tradition as Knowledge: Philosophical Innovation of Tulsidas (80621)
Dr. Vaibhav Shah is currently Associate Professor at the school of Liberal Studies, Pandit Deendayal Energy University, Gujarat, India.
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